What Type Of Mediation Is Right For Me?

Prenuptial/Premarital Mediation

Prenuptial Mediation is for dating or engaged couples to discuss issues related to their relationship, wedding day, and future marriage. Premarital agreement mediation can help prevent an adversarial approach and help couples communicate and determine their own terms with a neutral mediator. In premarital mediation, you have equal bargaining power over the outcome.

Marital Mediation

Marital Mediation is for couples facing marital challenges and who would prefer to stay married and resolve conflicts together. The main goal or purpose of marital mediation is to avoid divorce. Marital mediation is not therapy. Your mediator will guide you through a practical approach to resolve marital conflict using proven dispute resolution techniques.

Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation is for couples considering divorce who prefer to keep their family out of court. Couples meet together with a neutral mediator to discuss important topics, such as the family home, bank accounts, vehicles, and children. Together, you will decide the circumstances and details of your divorce. Your interests are equally considered during the process, and you are empowered to make decisions in the best interest of you and your family.

Coparenting Mediation

Coparenting Mediation is for parents that prefer a simple, affordable, and confidential custody and child support arrangement. Using a mediator offers parents flexibility and can help resolve co-parenting issues. In mediation, we customize an arrangement specific to your family’s needs and lifestyle, keeping your family out of court!

Family Mediation

Family mediation is a tool for parents and their adult children, adult siblings, aging parents and their children, and other relatives. Mediation can help with family dynamics, and resolve family disputes and disagreements over finances, a family estate, inheritance, and decisions around your parents’ medical/health care or living arrangement. Keep your family members out of court with a peaceful resolution.

It’s your choice.

Mediation is an alternative to the two attorney adversarial process. With the help of a neutral mediator, families can resolve conflicts and disputes out of court, saving your family time and money. If you would like more information about the mediation process, reach out to Dawn Clement at www.clementmediation.com.

Dawn Clement is a Pennsylvania Family Law Mediator & Attorney, Conflict Resolution Specialist, and Adjunct Professor at West Chester University. 

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